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Youth Tobacco Law Awareness eCourse Curriculum

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  • 1

    Chapter 1: Youth Tobacco Law Awareness

    • Rules protect youth by restricting access to all tobacco products by: Not allowing products to be sold to anyone younger than 18 and requiring age verification via photo ID Not allowing tobacco products to be sold in vending machines unless adults only.

    • Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States and 90% of tobacco users began using before the age of 19. Tobacco companies prey on marketing to teenagers and young adults in hopes of making them lifelong customers...

    • What Happens To Your Body When You SMOKE & When You QUIT: According to the website, smoking harms nearly every organ of your body, and secondhand smoke is dangerous to anyone nearby. Quitting can undo a lot of the damage...

    • (01:45) Tobacco 21: What new tobacco law means for smokers under 21 by ABC 7 Chicago

    • (02:28) Youth Tobacco Prevention by Community Advocates Public Policy Institute

    • (12:47) What is the Single Best Thing You Can Do to Quit Smoking? by DocMikeEvans

    • (12:00) Risk factors for drug use and drug abuse by Channel Khan Academy Medicine


  • 2

    Chapter 2: Vaping, Your Health and the Law

    • Laws are in place to make regulated tobacco products less accessible and less attractive to youth. Every day, nearly 2,500 kids smoke their first cigarette and more than 400 kids become cigarette daily smokers.

    • If you have thought about trying to kick a smoking habit, you’re not alone. Nearly 7 of 10 smokers say they want to stop. Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for your health — smoking harms nearly every organ in your body...

    • (03:29) Health specialist offers advice on quitting vaping by UW Medicine

    • (09:05) Quit Vaping Today (NEW METHOD 2020) by Addiction Mindset

    • (04:33) Nicotine Withdrawal Timeline! | How to QUIT Vaping!! by BMAC

    • (13:40) How To SUCCESSFULLY QUIT Juuling, Vaping And Nicotine Addiction Cold Turkey (QUICKLY) by Owolabby Azeez

    • (09:38) Vaping: what you should know | Samir Khan | TEDxAshburyCollege by TEDx Talks

  • 3

    Chapter 3: Cannabis Law Awareness

    • MAP OF MARIJUANA LEGALITY BY STATE WONDERING WHAT THE LAW IS IN YOUR STATE? Marijuana laws are changing at a rapid pace across all 50 states, making things a bit confusing at times.

    • (01:03:02) Florida Cannabis Laws - Attorney Dustin Robinson - Mr. Cannabis Law by Cannabis Legalization News

    • (11:55) How to Stop Smoking Weed! (& Improve Your Life) by Channel Vishuddha Das

    • (09:57) Why I Stopped Smoking Weed... (Life Changing) by Vishuddha Das

    • (19:41) 10 Secrets Marijuana Users Won't Tell You by Infinite Waters (diving deep)

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    Chapter 4: The Truth About Designer / Street Drugs

    • The Truth About Drugs: Drugs have been part of our culture since the middle of the last century. Popularized in the 1960s by music and mass media, they invade all aspects of society. An estimated 208 million people internationally consume illegal drugs.

    • Designer drugs are synthetic substances thought to be safer than street drugs. But they're actually just as dangerous, or perhaps even more so. The term, designer drugs, is misleading as it evokes thoughts of something that’s hip and trendy.

    • MOUSE PARTY: Ever wondered what mice were like on drugs? Just drag & drop a mouse on the red chair to explore the effects on the brain of seven common drugs. You might even get to take a look inside the brains to see how drugs disrupt the normal function.

    • (03:57) Designer drug danger by CBS

    • (02:43) Designer drugs: legal, but not safe! #UUresearch by Utrecht University

    • (04:35) 5 things to know about flakka by CBSN

    • (03:47) Dr. Joe Schwarcz: On designer drugs by Montreal Gazette

    • (09:21) K2 Synthetic Marijuana and Designer Drugs Reviewed by MedicCast

    • (18:37) New Zealand's Deadly Synthetic Drugs Epidemic by VICE Asia

  • 5

    Chapter 5: Addiction and Dependence Prevention Education

    • Addictions begin with experimentation with a substance. There are many reasons someone might initially try a drug, including curiosity, peer pressure or stress and problems at work or home.

    • When asked to condemn the use of recreational drugs in the 1960’s, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of TM, refused to do so. He explained that drug users were the same as everybody else in that their primary motivation for everything they did was happiness.

    • (09:41) Rewriting The Story Of My Addiction | Jo Harvey Weatherford | TEDxUniversityofNevada by Channel TedX Talks

    • (17:32) Six Steps to Life-Altering Change for Addicts and Convicts | Moe Egan & Tim Stay | TEDxBYU by Channel TedX Talks

    • (25:40) Addiction and How to Overcome Addiction Teal Swan

    • (11:29) How I slayed Addiction with Nature | Dax Justin | TEDxCanmore by TEDx Talks

    • (22:18) Russell Brand: Freedom from Addiction Podcast (Part 1) by Channel Commune


  • 6

    Chapter 6: Smoking Cessation Techniques and Treatments

    • Transcendental Meditation and recovery from addiction: A National Summit- A growing number of people are finding that Transcendental Meditation is an essential tool in their recovery.

    • The Benefits of Using Hypnotherapy in Addiction Treatment: Hypnotherapy is an evidence-based treatment for addiction, which can also be used to treat a variety of other psychological difficulties.

    • (35:36) Hypnosis Session - Stop Smoking - UK Hypnosis Academy by Karl Smith

    • (27:02) Paul Mckenna Official | Quit Smoking Today by Paul McKenna

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    Chapter 7: Impulse Control and Eliminating Bad Habits

    • How to Cope with Impulse Control Issues in Kids and Adults: Impulse control issues refer to the difficulty some people have in stopping themselves from engaging in certain behaviors. Common examples include: gambling stealing aggressive behavior...

    • Knowing how to break bad habits is worth its weight in gold. I say that because, while good habits will generate the results you want in life, bad habits can destroy everything. I’ll be the first to admit that I have some habits that don’t serve me well

    • (02:48) How to Change Bad Habits by Bob Proctor by Gabbee

    • (07:12) Replacing Bad Habits with Good Habits | Bob Proctor by Proctor Gallagher Institute

    • (09:29) A Habit You Simply MUST Develop by Proctor Gallagher Institute

    • (15:51) One HABIT That Will Change Your World - Bob Proctor by Proctor Gallagher Institute

    • (07:12) Prosperity Habits | Bob Proctor by Proctor Gallagher Institute

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    Chapter 8: How to Live in Health Consciousness

    • What is Health Consciousness? 1. Behaviour and attitude which considers health considerations in a person’s diet or lifestyle; 2. Concerned about how healthy one's diet and lifestyle by consuming organic foods.

    • The Simple Habits of Health-Conscious People They seem to have it all together from the way they eat to how they take care of their bodies in general. If you’re not one of them, then there’s a lot for you to learn.

    • (16:52) Bob Proctor - Why Is Success Slipping Through Your Fingers by the SGR Program Bob Proctor

    • (12:19) Ralph Smart Diet - 5 Alkaline Foods That Will Flush Toxins And Mucus From Your Body by Infinite Waters (diving deep)

    • (52:32) Low Quality vs High Quality Consciousness by Leo Gura